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Get in touch with the many benefits of massage

Massage is no longer available only at luxury spas and health clubs. Today, massage therapy is offered at businesses, hospitals, clinics, even airports. If you’ve never had a massage (what are you waiting for,) learn about the benefits and what to expect during a massage session. 638 more words


Post-Operative Massage

Post -Operative Massage

With the advancement in medicine growing, surgeries are becoming more and more popular. We have elective surgeries as well as necessary surgeries. Although surgical procedures are becoming more non-invasive, scarring is still a part of surgery. 790 more words

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Sports Massage in Massage Therapy

Sports Massage Techniques and Benefits

In the real world we have an obesity epidemic happening right before our eyes. Many of us are seeing doctors and getting the facts that we need to get healthy or we may become seriously ill or even die from being overweight. 851 more words

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Benefits to massage

Massage Therapy

To understand why you want a massage, first you need to learn why getting a massage is beneficial. Today massage is offered in a number of settings, such as business offices, chiropractic offices, spas, even in airports. 838 more words

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Massage Therapy Can Help During Cold and Flu Season

Recent medical research indicates that massage therapy can help boost your immune system strength by increasing the activity level of the body’s natural “killer T cells,” which fight off viruses. 108 more words


November offer

We’re off to Sweden this month, to sample the massage developed by Per Henrik Ling (1776-1839).

He was largely responsible for popularising massage in the West during the 19th century. 189 more words

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What is Swedish Massage?

What is Swedish Massage?

Swedish massage is the most common type of massage that one might receive at a spa.  Swedish massage combines various hands-on techniques including gliding, kneading, and cross-fibre friction to break up muscle knots, called adhesions.   65 more words